I have a confession to make: I was never good with money. I understood the basic concept of income vs. spending, but I was never any good at saving. My real wake-up call, though, was when I got myself into trouble with my first credit card. It was summer after my senior year and I was finally old enough to get a credit card. The plan was simple: use it once or twice a month on small purchases to build good credit history. But like many young adults, I got in way over my head with spending my “free” money. Thankfully, I’ve since dug myself out of that hole and learned a whole lot more about finances along the way. For example, I now understand how a 401(k) works! But more on that when I start my post-grad career. For now, check out how I’m getting my financial life together!
So…it’s been a while! I obviously haven’t been prioritizing the blog this summer, so while I gear up to start posting regularly again, I thought I’d catch up with my readers. Read on for this summer’s life update: how much I love my job, my new fitness plan and everything else I’ve been up to!
Hi lovelies! You may have noticed a brief period during which you couldn’t access the blog – this was just the transition period while the new layout was installed.
The past few days have been crazy while I’ve been working on the new look for the blog. I’ve been tinkering with the idea of changing the layout for a while, and I think I’ve found the cleaner, brighter look I was hoping for. I would, of course, love any feedback, but I hope you enjoy the new design as much as I do.
Now for my brief life update…